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the portrait of the debate. >> sort of seemed like mitt romney cornered the market on red bulls there and the president hadn't had enough and that he wasn't doing what he often does best, which is sort of connect with people in some semi-clint semi-clintonian way. is there an opportunity for him? >> he has to the next time. he left a stuff on the table. didn't mention the 47%. he didn't talk about women's issues. he didn't push back on romney on a lot of the stuff that he was pounding him on. the president didn't call him out on stuff. it was a lot of the part seasons, obama supporters are very disappointed in his performance. and he's going to have some ground to come up. it put romney back in play. >> let me ask you this. what was the feeling like in the room? we saw what was going on on the stage, but you really didn't get a sense of what was -- was there a palpable feebling in the room that things were going well or not well? what was that like? >> the dirty little secret of covering a presidential debate is that you are not in the room. reporters are not in the room. we're
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